Does admitting to smoking pot help a politician's personal brand? Add to ...


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Marijuana activist Matt Mernagh joins Hannah Sung to discuss Justin Trudeau and his admission of smoking marijuana at a dinner party three years ago. Since Trudeau was quoted on his use of marijuana, many politicians have publicly discussed their own pot use, including Toronto Mayor Rob Ford and Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne. Does this help or hurt their personal brands?

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